10 DIY Masculine Projects

I’m so happy to be in the brand new annual Stampin Up Catalog and today I am going to dive into a brand new suite of product that I think you will love.

Pip Todman, and I are back today to share with you another Suite Of Possibilities using the He’s The Man Suite found on page 78, and 79 of the new catalog.

This is a fun feature we like to share with you each month.

Once you are done taking a look at my projects you can jump over to Pip’s Website HERE, or her YouTube Video HERE and check out all the projects she created for you.

10 DIY Masculine Projects

In today’s video I’m going to show you how to create my featured project which is a Gatefold Card, and then I will share with you all the other projects I created.

All of the measurements, along with photos will be on the Project Sheet that you can print out and use.

Fun Fold Cards:

These two fun fold cards are very simple to create. These would be great projects to use the stamp set and dies on.

I love both of these cards, however the card with the classic car is my favorite. It was so easy to create.

10 DIY Masculine Projects

Easy White Space Cards:

I love white space cards. These are simply cards that feature more white space, than color.

An easy way to create white space on a card is to use a card base that is white and then leave a white board, or spaces that feature more white space.

10 DIY Masculine Projects

Patten Paper Only Cards:

I love this technique of using ONLY patten paper on your entire card.

This means that I used Pattern Paper for the my card base. Make sure you add that thick basic white cardstock inside your card to make it sturdy.

10 DIY Masculine Projects

Pretty packaging:

Of course most of us need a few ideas for some pretty packaging for Father’s Day Gifts.

I have two simple ideas here for you. The first idea is using a stamp up mini box that is currently on the clearance rack.

The second idea used a mini gift bag. You can find these on Amazon HERE.

10 DIY Masculine Projects

You can purchase any of the items I used on today’s projects in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.

Now you can jump over to Pip’s Website HERE, or her YouTube Video HERE and check out all the projects she created for you.

Thank you for hanging out with me today! Let me know what you think of these projects, and if they helped you find some ideas for more masculine projects.

I will catch you again on Friday with a memory keeping project.

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